One benefit of interlocking, or lattice, concrete pavers is that they look better than a slab of concrete and are easier to maintain and repair than concrete, notes RCPBlock.com. Pavers are generally more durable than concrete.
Interlocking pavers come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, designs and colors, making them ideal for landscaping a relaxing and beautiful patio. Pavers allow up to four times the weight load compared to standard concrete, which gives them a longer life and undeniable strength, notes RCPBlock.com.
Pavers are far more flexible than standard concrete slabs. This means that they are less likely to crack and warp under extreme weather conditions and can last longer than concrete or asphalt.
If one of the lattice pavers happens to become damaged, replacing it is easier than repairing concrete. Simply remove the broken or stained paver and replace it with a new one. Concrete slabs crack and asphalt softens and becomes misshapen in time, and repairing it requires removing large sections.
The maintenance that keeps pavers looking new is relatively easy. Simply use a sealer on the pavers every 12 to 18 months and add joint sand to the areas that interlock to keep the driveway or patio fresh.
Another benefit to using lattice pavers is that they tend to look more professional and decorative than a slab of concrete. There are almost no limitations to colors or patterns with interlocking pavers.